WAC Lighting Ceiling Lights
- What's the difference between track and rail lighting?
Track lighting is a rigid channel that is typically installed directly to the ceiling. Track lighting also is line voltage, meaning no transformers are required. Rail lighting is a much smaller, low profile flexible metal rail that is suspended from the ceiling as little as a few inches, or as much as eight feet. Rail lighting is low voltage and allows for smaller fixtures and pendants. Both are very popular options in homes and businesses, depending on the appearance you are looking for.
- What are my installation options for mini-pendants?
Mini-pendants may be ordered as "Quick Connect" pendants, or as complete "Monopoint" pendants. Quick connect pendants are designed to be installed into track or rail (with an adapter), while Monopoint pendants come complete, and are installed directly to a junction box in the ceiling.
- What's the difference between pendants and mini-pendants?
Mini-pendants are low voltage pendants, many with LED light source options that can be installed directly onto the ceiling or to track or rail with an adapter. Pendants are a bit larger, are line voltage and can be installed directly onto the ceiling or to track, but not rail.